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New guidelines, Booster Day looming as COVID disrupts NBA


AP Sports Writer

DENVER (AP) — The coronavirus has disrupted business in the NBA. The Chicago Bulls are shut down for what will be at least a few days, Indiana coach Rick Carlisle is missing some games and Toronto President Masai Ujiri tested positive after hosting an event that NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum attended. James Harden and Giannis Antetokounmpo are among the players currently sidelined by COVID-19. It underscores what league officials have been saying for weeks: The pandemic is still very much a problem and that’s why Friday is such a priority. Friday is Booster Day, when the latest NBA guidelines will be implemented.

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